> Fundamental study of nonlinear optics on the nanoscale
> Real-life applications to spectroscopy and microscopy
> Breakthrough research at the University of Technology Sydney
A PhD scholarship is available for the right candidate, working on Nanoscale Nonlinear Optics at the University of Technology, Sydney. The project involves the design, fabrication and experimental characterisation of smaller-than-wavelength optical resonators and 2D-material based photonic devices to enable efficient wavelength conversion.
The project includes the design, fabrication and experimental characterisation of solid-state single-photon emitters integrated with photonic circuits to create a scalable high-performance platform for quantum optical signal processing.
Join one of the most vibrant places for quantum science in Europe!
The Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) has been a training center for more than a hundred students the past 10 years. Our 15 different research groups are working on the forefront of the developments in modern quantum science and technology at six different locations in and around Vienna. The research disciplines are spread widely from pure fundamental to applied quantum science.
The theory groups at the Institute for Quantum Information of the Jülich-Aachen Research Alliance (JARA) are looking for a highly motivated candidate to fill a PhD position over the next few months. The doctoral project will focus on theoretical studies of physical implementations of quantum information processing, such as superconducting qubits, and enabling quantum technologies. The projects will be supervised by Dr. M.H. Ansari and may involve collaborations with leading experimental groups.
The Quantum Internet Alliance (QIA) is a consortium funded by the Quantum Flagship Programme. The consortium consists of twelve universities from eight European countries, in close cooperation with over twenty companies and institutes. The aim of QIA is to the develop a blueprint for a future quantum internet.